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    (Original post by Lyte)
    nice 1 xyter.

    Is there a thread with the answers? cos i wanna know how well i did.
    Try this link:

    http://www.uk-learning.net/attachmen...achmentid=4088

    Someone posted it earler on another thread

    Hope this is ok!!!

    Thanks for the paper btw!!! Much appreciated!!!
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    (Original post by Mrm.)
    For what it is worth, I must strongly disagree with you.
    Having just done both papers neither paper stands out as being and easier (or of course any more difficult than the other!)

    Which one did I complete in the shortest time?
    As it happens it was the OCR paper by 4 Minutes
    shush now!

    the grass is always greener on the other side

    god i hate that cliche
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    Ok here are the full solutions to all questions
    Apologied if any errors have crept in
    They are hand written and scanned

    http://www.xs4all.nl/~mcgee/P32004.zip

    MrM.
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    Ahh excellent
 
 
 
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